After a series of pushed-then-pulled buggy fixes to the admittedly buggy Microsoft Outlook patches on June 13, we’re still waiting for updated versions
On June 13—five and a half weeks ago—Microsoft released a series of buggy patches for Outlook. We know they’re buggy because Microsoft acknowledged seven bugs (including one primarily caused by bugs in Windows patches) in those four original June 13 security patches. As of this morning, we still don’t have fixes for those seven bugs.
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Opening attachments or having them blocked. Very frustrating.
I could never understand this. Several months ago there was an Office update that broke the functionality of a feature in Visio. I had to constantly uninstall this update for 9 months until they acknowledged the issue and applied the fix to a later update. Doesn't anyone at Microsoft have a QC checklist before releasing?
Doesn't anyone at Microsoft have a QC checklist before releasing?
I've always wondered if there was any regression testing... true, there are literally hundreds of thousands if not millions of hardware and software configurations so they can't test every possible configuration.. I get it... but regression testing the functionality of their own software products interacting with themselves...
I just don't get it..
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